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Copyrights/Patents — Displays copyrights and patents information.
You can view the tabs such as Custom Fields, RAM disk, Auto Logon, CAD Map, System Shortcuts, and
About and Support. In the About and Support tab, you can view the information related to the
Application Version, Support Directory, Export support data and HTML view.
NOTE: The information shown in the dialog box varies for different thin client devices and software
releases.
When you log in as a user, only few tabs such as Client Information, QFE, Installed Products, WDM
Packages, Copyrights/Patents and About and Support are displayed.
Using the Citrix Receiver
Use the Citrix Receiver window to access your hosted applications from your desktop or a Web interface.
To open the Citrix Receiver window, perform either of the ways mentioned here:
On the Thin Client Administrator desktop, double-click the Citrix Receiver icon.
Click the Start button on the taskbar, click All Programs, and then click Citrix Receiver on the
Programs Menu.
For information about configuring the citrix receiver, go to www.citrix.com, and then refer to Citrix
Documentation.
Using the Ericom-PowerTerm Terminal Emulation
The following two options are available under the Ericom-PowerTerm Terminal Emulation to configure
and manage your connections.
PowerTerm Session Manager
PowerTerm Terminal Emulation
Use the PowerTerm Session Manager to manage your connections:
1. On the taskbar, click the Start button, and then click All Programs.
2. Click Ericom-PowerTerm Terminal Emulation on the Programs menu, and then click PowerTerm
Session Manager.
Use the PowerTerm Terminal Emulation to configure your connection information.
1. On the taskbar, click the Start button, and then click All Programs.
2. Click Ericom-PowerTerm Terminal Emulation on the Programs menu, and then click PowerTerm
Terminal Emulation..
The TELNET : PowerTerm InterConnect for Thin Clients window is displayed.
3. Use the Connect dialog box to configure your connection information such as Session Type, Host
Name, Terminal Name, Port number, Terminal Type, Terminal ID, Security type, Upon Connection
Run settings, and Sessions List.
For more information about the Ericom — PowerTerm Terminal Emulation, go to www.dell.com/wyse/
knowledgebase and then search for Ericom PowerTerm.
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